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News & Events


Public vs. Private Leadership: Henry V

A professional development workshop for teachers interested in learning strategies to be used in secondary classrooms to address Shakespeare’s themes and languages.


Emerging Scholars Panel
May 3rd, 5pm at the Conference Center

UC Davis School of Education and the Graduate Group in Education present this special panel showcasing critical, diverse disciplinary perspectives in education from exceptional pre-tenure scholars across the nation.


Distinguished Speaker Series with Dr. Angela Calabrese Barton

Professor Barton will present, “Becoming Community STEM Experts: Youth Learning & Identity in Science”, and will speak on the relationship between learning and identity work among youth participating in afterschool science and engineering programs in lower-income urban communities.



UC Davis Partners to Increase Hispanic Faculty in the Humanities

The University of California, Davis, is one of five research universities and three Hispanic Serving Institutions participating in a new program to increase the number of Latino professors in the humanities at U.S. colleges and universities.


Register for REEd’s Online Coaching Course

REEd is pleased to offer a free, three-part online course for administrators, evaluators, supervisors, instructional and peer coaches, and all others responsible for observation and feedback.